The sativa cannabis strain Qleaner derives its name from its parent strains. It creates a smell and flavor that sweet and fruity, with undertones of bananas. Some claim it takes of grapes. When ready for reaping, its buds are dense and produce a high level of trichomes.
The parent strains are a cross between the sativa Jack’s Cleaner and the indica Querkle. It first blossomed under the care of TGA Genetics.
THC levels of Qleaner have known to reach 20%, with an average that doesn’t deviate too much from this number. Its high is known to place the consumer in a happy state of mind, releasing all negative thoughts and increasing energy. Because of this, it can be consumed throughout the day. Small doses will keep the consumer ready for any task set before them, higher doses will alleviate aches and pains in the body.
Negative side-effects only occur if too much is consumed at once, creating either light-headedness or fatigue.
It takes about nine to ten weeks for Qleaner to fully flower.
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